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Hernia when part of an internal organ bulges through a weak area of muscle Caused by muscular strain Sneezing or coughing
STRAIN injury to a muscle or attaching tendons in which the muscle fibers tear as a result of overstretching pulled muscle Treatment: Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation
Myasthenia Gravis muscular weakness and fatigue auto-immune disorder no receptors for ACh Symptoms: a drooping eyelid, blurred vision, slurred speech, difficulty chewing or breathing
Contusion Bruise blood vessels are damaged or broken
Muscular Dystrophy Genetic diseases resulting in muscle weakness and loss Defect in proteins, muscle tissue dies. Most common: (9 types) Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) X-linked
Tendonitis Inflammation of the tendon
CRAMP involuntarily and forcibly contracted muscle that does not relax
Fibrosis replacement of normal muscle tissue by fibrous tissue most often following injury, infection, lack of oxygen, or surgery
Lesson 3 How can you keep your muscles flexible and strong? The Muscular System Proper warm-up and stretching before and cool-down after any physical.
MUSCULAR SYSTEM. INTRODUCTION OVER 600 MUSCLES MAKE UP THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM MUSCLES ARE MADE OF BUNDLES OF MUSCLE FIBERS THAT ARE HELD TOGETHER BY CONNECTIVE.
The Main Body Parts In The Muscular System There are three types of main body parts in the muscular system, the three main body parts in the muscular.
Muscular System. Anatomy of a Muscle Major Functions of the Muscular System Produce Movement Heat production Maintain Posture.
Anatomy / Physiology Overview Muscular System. Without the muscular system we would be unable to sit, stand, walk, speak, or grasp objects. Blood would.
It is important to learn how to prevent injuries and respond to them when they occur.
HUMAN GENETIC DISORDERS. What are Genetic Disorders? Genetic disorder- an abnormal condition that a person inherits through genes or chromosomes Genetic.
Tissue Injuries in Sports. Cell Tissue Cell: smallest structural unit of living matter capable of functioning independently Tissue: A collection of cells.
Chapter 15 Chapter Review Choose the appropriate option. Q. A division of the skeletal system that includes the bones of the skull and face, the vertebrae,
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OUCH THAT HURTS…. SPORTS INJURIES PSE 4U LECTURE PRESENTATION MR. D. GRAHAM Department of Health and Physical Education Westdale Secondary School.
CHAPTER 25 The Muscular System 25-2 Learning Outcomes (cont.) 25.1 Describe the functions of muscle Compare the three types of muscle tissue including.
Standard 3—Genetics Mendel’s Law. 3. A multi-cellular organism develops from a single zygote, and its phenotype depends on its genotype, which is established.
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The Muscular System Chapter Science Words Muscle Voluntary muscle Involuntary muscle Skeletal muscle Tendon Smooth muscle Cardiac muscle.
Each motion had a limited range of movement. The types and ranges of movement differed. Different joints allow rotational movements, angular movements,
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Musculoskeletal Diseases and Disorders Chapter 15.
Chapter 16 Q. _____ are cells that prevent the bodys loss of blood. Chapter Review Choose the appropriate option. 1.Capillaries 2. Platelets 3.Lymphocytes.
Injury and the Healing Process. Introduction to Injury When an injury takes place some responses are predictable, but others are unexpected It is not.
CHAPTER ESSENTIALS OF A&P FOR EMERGENCY CARE Copyright ©2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Essentials of A&P for Emergency Care Bruce.
Fractures, Sprain and Strains Lawrence L. Lambert Off Shore Paramedic Shell Oil Main Pass 252.
HUMAN DISEASE dhealth/s/diseases_and_conditions/a /
Summary Of Injuries Summary of Common Complaints.
Copyright © 2010 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Chapter 9 Care of the Rehabilitation Patient.
Ch. 2 Tissue Healing. Introduction Tissue healing occurs and is influenced by several factors There are three phases: – Inflammatory response – Repair/regeneration.
2010 ANATOMY (B) Karen Lancour National Bio Rules Committee Chairman
Myasthenia Gravis: A Neurologist’s Perspective M. Nicolle MD FRCPC D. Phil.
Key Terms Dehydration- a state in which the body has lost more water than has been taken in Overtraining- A condition that occurs as a result of exceeding.
Injury/ Trauma Injury occurs when local stress or strain exceeds the ultimate strength of bones and/ or soft tissues. The rate of injury or tissue deformation.
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